School farm offers Kan. students unique learning environment

02/17/2013 | Reuters

Students enrolled in a rural charter school in Kansas are learning about math, science and basic economics by working on the school's farm, where students count and sort fresh eggs and manage money made from sales. Officials say the unique focus of the program has contributed to growth in the small town and resulted in a waiting list for enrollment.

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